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Burrillville High School Library: Databases

Usernames and Passwords

Some of the resources on this page require a username and password. Click on the link below for this information.

EBSCO Databases

CultureGrams

CultureGrams allows you to easily research the countries of the world. This resource requires a username and password to use at home.

Exploring Nature

Learn more about life, earth, and physical science topics in this database. This resource requires a username and password to use at home.

Science

This database contains articles, biographies, videos, diagrams and more to help you to learn more about science topics. Subject areas included: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Forensic Science, Marine Science, Mathematics, Physics, Space and Astronomy, and Weather and Climate. The database also features a science dictionary and a conversion calculator.

You will need a username and password to access this database at home.


Articles on a wide range of science topics!

Britannica

Britannica School is an encyclopedia source, and it also includes primary source documents. 

 

ImageQuest allows you to search millions of rights-cleared images to use in your work.


Both of these resources require a username and password to use at home.

World Book

The World Book encyclopedias are a great starting place for research. You can also find primary source documents and even e-books here!

When you follow this link, you will be asked to choose a product. For most research, choose Advanced, which is designed for high school students, or Academic, which is designed for college students. 

Specialized databases that you might find useful are Early Peoples (origins and rise of various civilizations and cultures), Inventions and Discoveries (objects and ideas that have shaped how we live today), and Living Green (impact of modern life on the environment).

You may need either a library barcode number or a username and password to use this resource at home. If you have a public library card, you can enter your number; otherwise, see the Usernames and Passwords section of this page for login information.